Park it at UMF

Park it at UMF

Colin Harris Contributing Writer     Parking has been a long held complaint of many UMF students of all years, from freshman who dread the long walks from the parking lots by Prescott fields and behind the FRC to commuting upperclassmen who can never seem to find a...

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Travel Opportunities with the National Student Exchange

Travel Opportunities with the National Student Exchange

Andrea Swiedom, Staff Reporter     The National Student Exchange (NSE) provides UMF students with the unique opportunity to study at different campuses in the U.S. and surrounding territories, such as Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Canada for a...

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#UMFReadtoME Event Connects the Farmington Community

#UMFReadtoME Event Connects the Farmington Community

Taylor Burke Contributing Writer     Recently UMF faculty, students and community members participated in the UMF Read to ME event at W.G. Mallett School, where volunteers read to the elementary students as part of a state education initiative.     The Read to ME...

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Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Social at UMF for Bernie Sanders

Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Social at UMF for Bernie Sanders

Brooke Valentin Contributing Writer      In the midst of Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, popular ice cream makers Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, of Ben and Jerry’s, recently visited campus to host an ice cream social in support of Sanders’ campaign.      The...

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VOYAGER Exhibit Explores Migration at Emery Arts Center

VOYAGER Exhibit Explores Migration at Emery Arts Center

Taylor Burke, Contributing Writer     The VOYAGER: Migrational Narratives exhibit introduces a conversation on migration to the UMF community through various mediums and perspectives. The exhibit, which is free to the public, opened from Jan. 30 to March 6.     Olivia...

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UMF Professor Assists Those Affected by the Border Crisis

UMF Professor Assists Those Affected by the Border Crisis

Andrea Swiedom Staff Reporter     Last February, Professor of History Anne Marie Wolf sat traumatized before the TV while images flashed across the screen of children, who had just fled the horrors of their homes and crossed the U.S.-Mexico border, sat on bare...

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Alpha Phi Omega Is Accepting New Members

Alpha Phi Omega Is Accepting New Members

Kathleen Perry Contributing Writer    Students looking for community service opportunities and a touch of college Greek life can look no further than Alpha Phi Omega (APO) which strives to create a community focusing on their main principles: “leadership, friendship,...

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Coexisting with the Multicultural Club

Emily Douin Contributing Writer     UMF’s Multicultural Club is in search of new members as the semester begins to promote diversity and acceptance on campus. The club “embraces people from all over the world, no matter where you come from, you are supported and you...

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